Libya compensates terror victims
Libya has paid $1.5bn into a compensation fund for US victims of terror attacks blamed on Tripoli in the 1980s, the US state department says.
The fund was agreed in August by the US and Libya to settle all lawsuits, BBC reports.
The attacks include the 1988 Lockerbie bombing that killed 270 people and the 1986 bombing of a Berlin disco which killed three and wounded more than 200.
Under the deal, Libya did not accept responsibility for the attacks, but agreed to compensate victims.
Libya has already paid the families of Lockerbie victims $8m (£4m) each, but it owes them $2m more.
The attack on Berlin's La Belle disco - frequented by US army personnel - left three people dead and some 230 injured.
As part of the August deal, the US agreed to pay $300m to Libyan victims of US air strikes ordered in retaliation for the disco bombing.